European Command to use Quest software for network migration

The Army's European Command will use software from Quest Software Inc. of Irvine, Calif., to manage its Microsoft network infrastructure.

The command, based in Heidelberg, Germany, has purchased Quest Microsoft infrastructure management products to migrate numerous Windows NT networks into a single network. The products will also consolidate 248 Windows NT domains into a single active directory with three domains.

The command will use Quest Reporter, Quest Migrator, Quest Consolidator, among other software, after conducting several successful pilots. Command leaders expect to roll out the new network for the command's 65,000 users.

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